Health, specifically cardiovascular health, continues to quietly impact lives in the Black community. Local organizations are teaming up with Black-owned barbershops to help promote health in and out of the shop.
A new study from WalletHub found that the Queen City is the best city in Ohio for an active lifestyle.
Silicon Valley is known as the spot for startups, but other cities, including Cincinnati, are hot on its heels.
Expanding on the continued improvements, redevelopment, renovation and business and housing boom in Cincinnati, the Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority has targeted investment strategies to repurpose neighborhood real estate and return property to productive use.
Forbes recently rounded up the marketing conferences that are can't-miss events for 2018, and locally founded Brandemonium made the list.
In case you haven't noticed, Cincinnati is getting a lot of love lately. Travel magazines all over the country are starting to realize that the Queen City is a top travel destination, both for domestic and international visitors.
March is Women's History Month, and to celebrate, two Cincinnati organizations are bringing a one-of-a-kind event to town. The National Women's History Month Festival will be held from March 3-18 at venues around town.